Dreams Travel Agency Java GUI Both parts
Field of Dreams Travel Agency has begun offering travel packages to baseball fans wanting to attend major league baseball games. The company offers a package allowing a fan to attend games in four cities of his or her choice, including transportation by car, tickets, lodging, and food. Assume that the fan lives in the city hosting one of the 30 major league baseball teams. The fan will travel from his or her home to the city of one of the teams of his choice, then will proceed to the city of one of the other teams and so on until all teams have been visited. Then, the fan will return home. Create a Java program that will compute the minimum cost of the trip. Your cost will be the cost of transportation (fuel cost per gallon/ miles per gallon * number of miles between ballparks), cost of tickets, cost of lodging, and cost of food. Ask the user his home city, which cities he wants to visit, the price of fuel, the fuel economy of his vehicle, the cost of lodging per day and the cost of food per day. Your program will compute the costs of all 24 possible routings and choose the minimum cost route. Mark up the minimum cost by 20% to arrive at the cost that will be quoted to the customer.
For this week, you need only to create the GUI using Java Swing and create the basic classes that will accept the inputs from the user. We will create the functionality of these classes in the second assignment.
We will discuss strategies for preparing this program in the first week of class and you can create the program in the second week of class. That is done and I have a program with no function so here is the second part: Expand the model classes you created in the first assignment. Implement the functionality that will use the inputs offered by the user and prepare a quote for the customer according to the requirements specified in the first assignment. Upon clicking a Quote button on the GUI, the program should post a dialog box with the quote. Upon clicking the Print Quote button, write the quote out to a text file. This program was built on NETBEANS